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10/10 would read the heck out of this

hero-ine-s:

Mara

10/10 would read the heck out of this

nannaia:

Fashion of Black Teeth in Old Japan

A Yedo chemist’s recipe for black teeth dye from Tales of Old Japan by A.B. Mitford (1871):

"Take three pints of water, and, having warmed it, add half a teacupful of wine. Put into this mixture a quantity of red-hot iron; allow it to stand for five or six days, when there will be a scum on the top of the mixture, which should then be poured into a small teacup and placed near a fire. When it is warm, powdered gallnuts and iron filings should be added to it, and the whole should be warmed again. The liquid is then painted on to the teeth by means of a soft feather brush, with more powdered gallnuts and iron, and, after several applications, the desired colour will be obtained." (Mitford 203)

Anonymous Anonymous asked: Hi pidie, sorry to bother you but I was wondering if you could make a emofuri tutorial ; U ; if it wouldn't be too much trouble.

pidie:

SCREAM I don’t know if I have anything to add to the existing tutorials out there so since these seemed to work for me personally, here’s some links to useful tutorials!!

Intro + download link for emofuri

sensibilidad-numerica:

Потомок Чингисхана (o Tempestad sobre Asia) | Vsevolod Pudovkin | 1928

(Source: nmrsueo)

nitratediva:

What a sharp-dressed man! Sessue Hayakawa with his wife Tsuru Aoki and their prize dog “Dynamite” in 1922. 

nitratediva:

What a sharp-dressed man! Sessue Hayakawa with his wife Tsuru Aoki and their prize dog “Dynamite” in 1922. 


Anna May Wong and Sessue Hayakawa c. 1930s

Anna May Wong and Sessue Hayakawa c. 1930s

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